Latest Vacancies at Amaiden Energy Nigeria Limited (UPDATED)

Amaiden Energy Nigeria Limited (formerly Moody International Nigeria Limited) was established in 1996 as a partnership between Moody International Group and Nigerian investors. Since commencing operations in March 1997 the company continues to grow and exerts its presence in numerous Projects in the Nigeria Oil and Gas Industry.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:

 

 

Job Title: Planning and Scheduling Lead
Location:
 Nigeria
Job Type: Contracts
Category: Others
Job Nature: Normal (8 Hours daily)
Job Description

  • Provides overall project schedule, progress measurement, and change management leadership and expertise Stewards the Contractor’s project control organization with respect to schedule development, control and progress measurement
  • Advises the Contractor’s organization with respect to adequacy of project controls tools, reports and schedules
  • Develop / Maintain Level 1 and Level 2 integrated project schedules
  • Reviews and, where appropriate, endorses schedule and progress Baselines and forecast prepared by Contractor
  • Advises Project Controls Lead and Project Leadership Team of any potential schedule issues and when necessary, provides guidance on, corrective action and measures to mitigate any adverse trends
  • Monitor and report on schedule implications of changes
  • Reviews schedule basis of Contractor’s change proposals
  • Reviews and endorses changes with regards to schedule and progress impact
  • Supports Project Team with ongoing project progress measurement and schedule analysis, reporting, and forecasting activities
  • Ensure that contractor scheduling practices and progress measurement system comply with project Coordination Procedures
  • Develops and reviews schedule corrective actions and recovery plans, and verifies needed actions/plans are implemented
  • Reviews project changes to evaluate detail schedule impact; responsible for quantifying and incorporating the effect and impact of approved changes in the overall schedule stewardship and reporting.
  • Lead Contractor to development Contract Control Schedules and Milestones
  • Ensure integration of subcontractors’ schedules and progress measurement system
  • Monitor contractor performance vs. approved baseline schedule to assist management in identification of issues and development / implementation of corrective actions or recovery plans
  • Analyze progress, schedule trends, and develop forecasts to support management decision making
  • Participate in contract bid evaluations (as required for schedule evaluation)
  • Ensure that contractor schedule reflects / align with external schedule requirements and interfaces such as permitting and regulatory
  • Assist Project Team in developing/reviewing schedule corrective actions and recovery plans, and making sure needed actions/plans are implemented
  • Provide direction and feedback to schedule engineers (owner and contractors) on schedule development and control expectations during execution
  • Participates in gathering and recording Learned for the project that relate to progress and schedule areas
  • Maintains regular contact with the Functional Organization- Maintain close liaison with members of the Project Services organization
  • Drives and promotes capital efficiency in Project Services and on projects being stewarded by the department

Job Requirements

  • Bachelors of Science Degree in Engineering, Engineering Technology or Construction Management
  • 5+ years prior oil and gas industry experience preferred
  • 5+ years in Project Controls, Project Services and/or Planning/Scheduling
  • Previous supervisory experience required
  • Willing to work overseas in a team environment, relocate to project site as required
  • Strong influencing, consulting, mentoring, analytical, and computing skills
  • Basic competence in Primavera Project Planner (P6)
  • Adaptability to changing priorities
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to multitask and respond quickly to urgent analysis request

 

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
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Job Title: Discipline Inspector
Location: 
Nigeria
Job Type: Contracts
Category: Others
Job Nature: Offshore Rotation (National) (7 days on/7 days off, 14 days on/14 days off, 28 days on/28 days off)
Main Functions

  • Perform discipline quality inspection activities in accordance with the Inspection and Test Plan
  • Keep Quality supervision updated with status of quality issues
  • Monitor production processes and perform surveillance activities
  • Review and evaluate Contractor’s and Suppliers’ quality documents for accuracy and adequacy
  • Support Mechanical Completion process

Tasks and Responsibilities

  • Provide expertise to site team to avoid/resolve quality problems
  • Attend and contribute to kick-off, pre-inspection and alignment meetings as necessary
  • Confirm readiness to work, including evaluating the status of key documents
  • Monitor Contractor’s and Suppliers’ quality assurance and quality control activities
  • Perform assessments of the Contractor’s and Suppliers’ quality processes and procedures
  • Perform inspections and verifications during construction and/or fabrication activities in accordance with requirements of the Inspection and Test Plans
  • Witness Contractor’s activities and endorse Contractor’s and Suppliers’ quality records, as appropriate
  • Witness acceptance tests and perform final quality check prior to acceptance of equipment and materials, as appropriate
  • Steward non-conformance within scope of responsibility
  • Provide early warning of potential quality problems

Job Requirements
Skills and Qualifications:

  • Experience executing project construction or quality assurance/control of engineering, procurement, or construction activities.
  • Technical training or high school diploma.
  • Technical discipline certifications commensurate with work experience.
  • Willing and able to business travel (domestic/overseas) to project sites to provide various levels of support
  • 3 to 10 years of related experience is required

Qualification/Training:

  • Minimum of NACE Level II, BGAS, SSPC
  • Experience in coating with a minimum of 2 years.
  • Ability to adapt to new technology and paint products.
  • Service Oriented

Key Competencies and Skills:

  • Understanding of OIMS requirements
  • Project Management
  • Adaptability to Time Pressure & Changing Priorities Effective communication

 

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
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Job Title: Execution Supervisor
Location:
 Nigeria
Job Type: Contracts
Category: Others
Job Nature: Offshore Rotation (Expat/National) (7 days on/7 days off, 14 days on/14 days off, 28 days on/28 days off)
Main Functions

  • Coordinate Turnaround field work. Provide leadership to insure execution of job scope is done in a safe, environmentally sound and cost effective manner to support the long term reliability of the refinery.

Key Responsibilities

  • Safety Contractor – Responsible for Safety performance of any assigned Contractor employees and support the development of JSA’s. Responsible for enforcing the refinery site standards and for making sure that TSTI’s, Audits and quality safety meetings are being done by contractor supervisors. Environmental
  • Responsible for execution of work per environmental requirements. Work Management
  • Resources – Responsible for review, validation, and feedback on applicable scheduled resources. Manage execution to minimize delays, maximize time on tools, and meet or beat planned productivity targets
  • Materials – Responsible for applicable material storage, handling, and QA/QC to insure materials are available and properly installed in field
  • Scheduling – Responsible for review/ feedback and execution of applicable weekly and project schedules Provide input into development and active updating/ management of weekly schedule to insure as accurate as possible
  • Overall – Responsible for execution of assigned Company or Contractor Mechanical work an drive for improvements in overall execution performance efficiency and quality of repairs
  • Planning – Responsible for review, validation, and feedback on applicable plans (including Capital project schedules) and responsible for adherence to equipment repair procedures
  • Expenses – Responsible for meeting planned work order amounts for scheduled work and for insuring assigned Contractor Labor charges are timely and accurately allocated/ approved to proper cost centers
  • Controls – Responsible for compliance with applicable Control (DOAG, Work Order, Procurement, Timekeeping, etc.) procedures relating to job scope

Job Requirements

  • Engineering qualification or equivalent experience.
  • Degree/Diploma preferred,
  • Supervisory skills, 10+ years oilfield experience with a minimum of 5 years in supervisory/lead role.
  • Ability to adapt to new technology.
  • Service oriented.
  • Understanding of OIMS requirements
  • Project Management
  • Adaptability to Time Pressure & Changing Priorities
  • Ability to coach and develop talents.
  • Effective communication.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
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Job Title: Contract Administrator
Location:
 Nigeria
Job Type: Contracts
Category: Management, Accounting and Administration
Job Nature: Normal (Minimum 8 hours per day)
Job Description

  • Responsible for stewarding and administering vendor contracts and/or orders to ensure uninterrupted goods/service delivery to buyers and compliance with controls.
  • Responsible for researching and analyzing existing contracts and making recommendations on various issues.
  • Monitors and manages contract expiration dates.
  • Works with moderate work direction and is skilled and knowledgeable to the position.

Job Requirement

  • Minimum of an HND/Degree preferably in Accounting, Administration, Law, Engineering, Social Sciences.
  • Preferably 3 years related experience in oil & gas industry project management/construction and Contract Administration.
  • Negotiation. Contracting.
  • Data analysis. Strong verbal and written communication skills.


How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should:
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Job Title: Machinery Engineer

Location: Nigeria
Job Type: Contracts
Category: Engineering
Job Nature: Normal (8 Hours daily)

Description

  • Perform machinery surveillance on all business critical pumps, gas turbines and compressor packages and trend machinery performance & condition
  • Review surveillance analysis findings on applicable machines and recommend corrective actions
  • Review results of Predictive and Preventive Maintenance recommend corrective actions
  • Perform trip tracking on Top Tier machinery and develop trip reduction mitigation plans
  • Review major machinery diagnostic KPI’s (reliability, availability, etc.), failures, and cost/production impacts to develop improvement opportunities and plan implementation
  • Participate in RCA, Failure Investigation, etc. as required and participate in improvement implementation
  • Communicate with Maintenance, OTS personnel and ALT in order to provide ad-hoc machinery troubleshooting support to the site engineers
  • Support teardown and inspection of failed machinery for analysis and application of lessons learned
  • Build working knowledge in predictive maintenance techniques (i.e., vibration, lube oil, etc.)
  • Interface with vendors to ensure adequate application of service bulletins, specs and standards and delivery of quality products

Job Requirement
Minimum Qualification:

  • BS in Engineering with BS in Mechanical Engineering desirable
  • Basic knowledge of oil and gas production operations and facilities (i.e., separation, oil and gas processing, compression, etc.)
  • General knowledge of centrifugal compressors, turbines, and pumps
  • General knowledge of maintenance and reliability concepts

Desired Qualification:

  • 5+ years’ experience in machinery operations and maintenance engineering
  • Specific work with centrifugal and gas turbine machinery
  • Experience in maintenance and reliability concepts and applications
  • Experience in machinery operations surveillance
  • Experience in machinery commissioning and startups
  • Experience in failure analysis and general troubleshooting practices
  • Working knowledge of inspection and surveillance tools (PI, vibration tools, boroscope).

 

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
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Job Title: Auditor
Location: 
Nigeria
Job Type: Contracts
Category: Management, Accounting and Administration
Job Nature: Normal (Minimum 8 hours per day)
Job Description

  • Ensures compliance with established controls and procedures by examining records, reports, operating practices, and documentation.
  • Verifies assets and liabilities by comparing items to documentation.
  • Completes audit work papers by documenting audit tests and findings.
  • Appraises adequacy of control systems by completing audit questionnaires.
  • Communicates audit findings by preparing a final report and discussing findings with audited parties.
  • Complies with country-specific legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation, enforcing adherence to requirements, and advising management on needed actions.
  • Works with moderate work direction and is skilled and knowledgeable to the position.
  • Senior level Auditors would typically provide value-added solutions and are familiar with the industry’s best practices.

Job Requirements

  • Meticulous attention to detail.
  • Excellent problem-solving skills.
  • Strong knowledge of financial system.
  • Ability to work to deadlines.
  • Minimum of 3 yrs work experience in accounting and business controls related type work.
  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Commercial, Law, Accounting, Banking and Finance, etc. (Second Class Upper Division)

Experience in the following job tasks:

  • Develop and steward controls calendars
  • Monitor and provide guidance on controls gaps
  • Consolidate controls metrics for up-line reporting
  • Steward controls reports, and KPI reporting
  • Coordinate annual compliance statements & business practice reviews
  • Interface with Law on Federal Corrupt Practices Act
  • Coordinate activities and reports of policy violations
  • Review deviations for controls exceptions
  • Provide advice on Standards of Business Conduct and related guidelines
  • Provide advice on controls processes/implementation
  • Review potential Conflict of Interest/Directorships
  • Communicate timing & support Unit Internal Assessment process
  • Review risk assessment & control catalogues
  • Support internal/external audits and special reviews

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
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Application Deadline: 21st August, 2017.

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